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ALIT202Japanese Horror Fiction and Film
AMST201Junior Colloquium: Critical Queer Studies
AMST266Taking Spaces/Making Places: American Artists and the Landscape
ANTH296Theory 2: Anthropology and the Experience of Limits
ANTH302Critical Perspectives on the State
ANTH322Nationalism and the Politics of Gender and Sexuality
ANTH397The Politics of Nature: Modernity and Its Others
ARHA339Wagner and Modernism
ARHA350Utopia or Decadence? European Art at the Fin-de-Siècle
ARHA365Photography and Representation
CHUM227Introduction to Social, Cultural, and Critical Theory
COL108Language
COL130Thinking Animals: An Introduction to Animal Studies
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL232Death and the Limits of Representation
COL239Paris, 19th Century
COL269French Feminisms: Texts, Pretexts, and Contexts
COL294Diasporas, Transnationalism, and Globalization
CSS340Junior History Tutorial: Religion, Secularism, and Modernity
CSS371Junior Colloquium: Contemporary Social and Political Theory
ENGL209From Seduction to Civil War: The Early U.S. Novel
ENGL250Contemporary U.S. Poetry
ENGL269Aesthetics and/or Ideology
ENGL295Reading Theories
ENGL308Stein and Woolf
ENGL313Poetry and Poetics
ENGL332Romanticism, Criticism, Theory
GOVT338Modern Political Theory
GOVT339Contemporary Political Theory
GOVT355Political Theory and Transitional Justice
GOVT398What Is the Good Life?
GRST240The Ends of Empire: Narratives of Culmination and Decline in Philosophy and Literature
GRST250Cultural Criticism and Aesthetic Theory: Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno
GRST254Frankfurt School Critical Theory
GRST287German Aesthetic Theory
HIST141Theories and Models
HIST215European Intellectual History to the Renaissance
HIST235Religion and National Culture in the United States
HIST25920th-Century Intellectual History
HIST333Modernity and the Work of History
HIST351Topics in the Philosophy of History
HIST382The Treason of the Intellectuals: Power, Ethics, and Cultural Production
HIST389Models of Imperialism and Globalization
PHIL202Philosophical Classics II: Early Modern Philosophy from Descartes Through Kant
PHIL212Introduction to Ethics
PHIL220Existentialism, Platonism, Pragmatism
PHIL258Post-Kantian European Philosophy
PHIL277Feminist Philosophy and Moral Theory (FGSS Gateway)
PHIL287Philosophy of Science
PSYC259Discovering the Person
PSYC314Theories in Psychology
PSYC338Masculinity
RELI292Reason and Revelation: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
RELI299National Religions and Political Rituals
SOC302Paternalism and Social Power
THEA316Performance Studies

Spring 2013 Courses Not Offered       Home       Archive       Search       CSCT
ALIT202Japanese Horror Fiction and Film
ALIT230Japanese Detective Fiction and Narrative Theory
AMST200Colonialism and Its Consequences in the Americas
AMST207Jr. Colloquium: Methodologies in Critical Race Studies
AMST265Introduction to Trans Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches
ANTH203Sex, Money, and Power: Anthropology of Intimacy and Exchange
ANTH302Critical Perspectives on the State
ANTH398Queer/Anthropology: Ethnographic Approaches to Queer Studies
ARHA240Modernism and Modernity in 19th-Century French Painting
ARHA339Wagner and Modernism
ARHA350Utopia or Decadence? European Art at the Fin-de-Siècle
ARHA364Architecture: Historiography, Theory, Criticism; Traditional and Contemporary Approaches
COL130Thinking Animals: An Introduction to Animal Studies
COL22520th-Century Franco-Caribbean Literature and the Search for Identity
COL232Death and the Limits of Representation
COL238Animal Theories/Human Fictions
COL239Paris, 19th Century
COL269French Feminisms: Texts, Pretexts, and Contexts
CSS271Sophomore Colloquium: Modern Social Theory
ENGL209From Seduction to Civil War: The Early U.S. Novel
ENGL269Aesthetics and/or Ideology
ENGL303Narrative Theory
ENGL308Stein and Woolf
ENGL313Poetry and Poetics
ENGL317African American Literary Theory
ENGL328Word Up! African American Literature, Theory, and Action
ENGL332Romanticism, Criticism, Theory
FGSS209Feminist Theories
FGSS269Gender and History (FGSS Gateway)
FILM160The Past on Film
GOVT337Virtue and Glory: Classical Political Theory
GOVT339Contemporary Political Theory
GOVT355Political Theory and Transitional Justice
GOVT393Freedom and Necessity
GRST268Understanding Modernity: Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud
GRST273Sex and Text in Freud's Vienna
HIST25920th-Century Intellectual History
HIST318Postmodern Theory with a Historical Intent
HIST323Religion and History
HIST333Modernity and the Work of History
HIST382The Treason of the Intellectuals: Power, Ethics, and Cultural Production
HIST383French Existentialism and Marxism
HIST389Models of Imperialism and Globalization
PHIL258Post-Kantian European Philosophy
PHIL266Primate Encounters
PHIL268Gender and Justice
PHIL269The Beautiful and the Sublime
PSYC274Cultural and Historical Perspectives on Psychological Disorders
PSYC338Masculinity
RELI209Unthinkable Suffering: The Problem of "the Problem of Evil"
RELI220Modern Christian Thought
RELI292Reason and Revelation: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Religion
RELI302Parable and Paradox: Kierkegaard's Pseudonymous Works
SISP206Theorizing Science and Medicine
SOC302Paternalism and Social Power
THEA302Contemporary Theater: Theories and Aesthetics

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